1. Children and old people of lax fibre ; fair-complexioned ; also indicated in drunkards. 2. Ailments from fright especially where fear still remains ; fear of impending death. 3. All complaints with great sopor ; no pain, no complaint, no desires. 4. Low types of fever ; mild delirium, constant talking, eyes wide open,


1. Fair-complexioned subjects who take cold easily. 2. Irritability and quarrelsomeness ; trifles offend. 3. Low fevers with delirium ; patient imagines there is another person in the bed ; that he is double ; that two babies are in the bed beside her. 4. Occipital vertigo or headache with pressure and heaviness like lead.

Ranunculus Bulbosus

1. Neuralgic, myalgic or rheumatic pains ; stitching, shooting, especially in chest walls ; < damp weather, atmospheric changes. 2. Intercostal rheumatism ; chest sore, bruised < touch, motion, turning body ; pleurodynia. 3. Herpes zoster ; dark-bluish transparent vesicles ; preceded or followed by the characteristic neuralgic pains. 4. Hay fever ; smarting, burning

Rhus Toxicodendron

1. Adapted to the rheumatic diathesis. 2. Great sadness and apprehension with Inclination to weep ; < at night, in the house > out of doors. 3. Sub-acute and chronic rheumatism and rheumatoid affections with the characteristic modalities ; pains as if the bones were scraped with a knife ; also paralytic weakness with numbness


1. Young plethoric persons who desire light and company, dread the dark and solitude. 2. Acute manias and deliriums, great terror, attempts to escape, hallucinations especially of terrible animals ; great rage with screaming, biting and scratching ; loquacity, constant praying and entreating ; staring, brilliant eyes, widely dilated pupils ; strange imaginations, e.g. of

Veratrum Album

1. Thin, choleric, emotional subjects deficient in vital reaction ; extremes of life and young people of nervous, sanguine temperament. 2. Violent manias, deliriums, with anger and rage ; habits dirty and destructive especially to clothes ; attacks often alt. sullen silence ; may be religious excitement. 3. Sudden collapse with cold sweat especially on

Veratrum Viride

1. Plethoric subjects. 2. Furious deliriums ; screaming and howling. 3. Sudden, intense local congestions especially to base of brain, spine, chest, stomach ; also of pelvis, dysmenorrhoea (Caulophyllum) ; coup-de-soleil. (In French in the text). 4. Acute febrile diseases with great arterial excitement ; convulsions often precede eruptions ; acute rheumatism. 5. Tongue white


VERATRUM ALBUM – White Hellebore A perfect picture of collapse, with extreme coldness, blueness, and weakness, is offered by this drug. Post-operative shock with cold sweat on forehead, pale face, rapid, feeble pulse. Cold perspiration on the forehead, with nearly all complaints. Vomiting, purging, and cramps in extremities. The profuse, violent retching and vomiting is


VERATRUM VIRIDE – White American Hellebore Paroxysms of auricular fibrillation. Induces fall of both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Congestions, especially to lungs, base of brain, with nausea and vomiting. Twitchings and convulsions. Especially adapted to full-blooded, plethoric persons. Great prostration. Rheumatism of heart. Bloated, livid face. Furious delirium. Effects of sunstroke. Œsophagitis. (Farrington). Verat


Fear: of death; of crowds; of going out. Anything, always fearful. Complaints from exposure to cold, dry cold. Congestions and inflammations, acute, first stage with great anxiety, heat and restlessness; tosses about in agony; throws off covering. Inflammatory fever.